Post by seven stars on Oct 5, 2004 11:25:45 GMT -5
Mace makes the best point about KDS facing a deteriorated Archfiend from the one that fought Yi Ko. I hear you loud and clear ID and it's a strong point. I believe that you have overestimated the Archfiend's performance against KDS. But I think you've certainly stated your case well.
I know that it is excruciating for you to consider a pretty boy like KDS to be anywhere near the level of a tough guy like Yi Ko, and for the record I am with you on that. Nevertheless I think that the comparison is more legitimate than to be dismissed, and that's why I brought it up.
Post by Another Archfiend Fan on Oct 6, 2004 2:01:15 GMT -5
yi ko wasn't killed by the archfiend. he commited suicide, like a true warrior. when kds lost, he told the archfiend that he woldn't make it out alive, because pansy-boy had one hundred dobang losers five feet away. yi ko KNOCKED THE ARCHFIEND FROM HIS HORSE< AND GAVE HIM TWO WOUNDS.
When the fight was over, Yi Ko was lying battered and told the Archfiend, "You won..now strike." The Archfiend only refrained from killing him because he had been so ordered by Yi Ui-Bang. Yi Ui-Bang allowed Yi Ko to take his own life out of respect for their former friendship. However, had Yi Ko not done so, the Archfiend could have easily killed the then helpless Yi Ko. Since it was the Archfiend who placed Yi Ko in the position where he had to choose between suicide or a certain beheading, it is fair to say he was the cause of his death. And as i stated earlier, it is awfully difficult to imagine fairing worse than dead.